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Process and memory problems

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Hello everyone.

Sometime ago my pc are behaving quite wierd, suddenly some proccesses started to stack up, like if i have program1.exe, start it, close it.
After i closed it, i still have program1.exe in task bar, and memory is allocated for it, but the process should be dead, if i start it again, and close, i get 2 of these and i can continue like that....so some processes dont get removed.

How i can resolve this so my computer actually remove the processes or is this a common problem?

Can norton360 cause this?

Also it shouldn't be a virus since i formated my pc twice now..but didn't work either..

thank you for such a cool forum
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